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Cowboys' Tony Romo says he is recovering well from back injury

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says his recovery from back injury is going well, according to reports.

The Cowboys travelled to London today in preparation for their International Series Game this Sunday, and Romo reportedly told reporters that his recovery is going well, and that he did not suffer any setbacks on the long arduous flight from Dallas to London.

Great news for Dallas

The Cowboys arrive in London for the most important game of their season so far against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.

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Huge game ahead

It is not necessarily their opponents that make the contest this weekend so important, but the circumstances that Dallas finds themselves in that determines Sunday's game against the Jags as a must-win game.

What was once an incredible start to the season for the Cowboys at 6-1 is turning into a worrying situation after back to back defeats. Romo's return would increase the chances of the Cowboys turning things around, and he's says that there's a good chance he will be back to face the Jags. 

"It's progressing," Romo told ESPN. "Each day it gets a little bit of improvement, and I think that you just keep trying to figure out what you're able to do each day and then you go on to the next day. We'll figure out if we're able to improve enough to be ready to go."

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